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- Meal date : 29 Apr 2013
Thanks to iens.nl we have visited this gem hidden in the Amsterdamsestraatweg. We were in 4 and thus ordered both of the rijstaffels on the menu (Kantonese and Szechuan). Wan tan soup is mild and delicious, whereas the Kantonese soup spicies, but I wasn't really convinced by it's starchy texture. Peking duck was great despite not really having the crunchy skin, cha siew even better in my opinion. Koe lo yuk interesting, though something deep fried and later covered with sauce doesn't really convince me. Tjap tjoy tasty, but the family has taken all the shrimps from me. Rice and nasi fine, as was the kroepoek. Servings are enormous, we took more than a half as a takeaway for the next day (and some of it even lasted for yet another day). Altogether, 78E incl. green tea. If you live nearby, better decide for a takeaway, as the interior is not really fancy, though clean. Should I recommend, I'd rather go for a Kantonese set.